Dark Heart of Nazi Power
The Allies could have taken Hitler out of power early on if they’d just worked with the Nazi resistance inside Germany. Instead they waited until half the world’s treasure had been stolen before launching the final assault on fascism.
The two greatest military theorists, Sun Tzu and Carl von Clausewitz, both understood the importance of telepathic energies and the group mind. War is a spiritual endeavor involving ritual death between opposing brotherhoods. Both Sun Tzu and von Clausewitz preferred non-violent solutions when possible since they considered war the last resort of politics and merely an extension of politics. The fascist regimes could only expand so far before collapsing, and it was obvious they’d already bitten off more than they could chew after Hitler invaded Stalingrad (instead of seizing the Russian oil fields) and the US threw its full economy into the war effort.
That’s why it’s so hard to understand why—in the final stages of the war—did the Allies decide to kill as many civilians as possible, raining down bombs on the German and Japanese cities while ignoring military targets? Maybe it was blood lust, or an attempt to crush the spirit of those nations to teach them a lesson. But the average person in Germany or Japan had little control over their situation, and I’m sure many were appalled by the vicious nature of their regimes, yet they were held fully accountable. Even the Sicilian men of honor avoid killing civilians when they can. Somehow, I think a lot of that bombing was just intended to make money for the munitions industry.
The dark heart of Nazi power really resided in IG Farben, Europe’s dominant corporation, yet the headquarters of this company was never touched during the war? Even more suspicious, immediately after the war, the Allied command moved into IG Farben to begin setting up the post war environment? Meanwhile the stolen loot was all quietly disappeared, while the most valuable Nazi operatives in science and in the military were given fake identities and allowed to escape. Many would end up in the soon-to-be created CIA. (Just think of it as the Gestapo under a different name, because that’s what it is.) Others would form the basis of NASA, and lead the race to the moon. The dark arts that were studied by the Nazis were simply transplanted into the United States, and you can see those arts in the JFK assassination, MK-Ultra, Vietnam’s Phoenix Program, Guantanamo Bay Prison, and our invasions of countries around the world since WWII, if you care to look.
The SS were Hitler’s brainwashed elite. What many people don’t know, however, is that the SS had divisions in other countries, some of whom became the foundation for NATO forces in those countries after the war. Meanwhile, the German people died from starvation by the millions, so thoroughly had their economies been destroyed. No one ever talks about these dead people, even though they were trapped between a rock and a hard place.
And this is why a real investigation of 9/11 is so crucial to heal our country’s ailing psyche. The dark Nazi heart embedded deep in our Pentagon must be fully examined, although it will not be easy. The President, however, is the only person in the world who has this power, which is why I hope if Obama does get re-elected, even if he is a stooge of the CIA, that he will slip off the leash and order a new investigation and actually go after the oligarchy behind that Pentagon’s dark heart. Since WWII, the United States has been responsible for millions of deaths around the world, most of which was fomented at the behest of the oil cartel. This is a terrible legacy all Americans share because none of these deaths were necessary. Unfortunately, there’s really no rational justification for our invasions of Vietnam, Cambodia, Iraq or Afghanistan, or for our meddling in the affairs of South and Central American countries, all of which has profited Wall Street immensely at the cost of human lives, which is why I think all Americans need to look more closely at the heroes inside Germany who resisted the Nazis, because eventually we are going to need some people like that to come to our country’s rescue.